Contra Costa County's 10-Day DUI Rule
How Many Days After a DUI Do I have to Request a DMV Hearing?
Upon an arrest for DUI, the arresting officer will confiscate your license. Exceptions to this rule include out-of-state licenses, blowing a low BAC, and drug-related arrests. Once your license is confiscated, you only have ten days to contact the DMV and request a hearing. Our DUI lawyer, Anthony Blalock, provides you with the information you need to navigate this process effectively.
Contact the Blalock Law Firm, PC today and ask for a free consultation. We also can fax the DMV form over for you, so you can have one less thing to worry about. Our compassionate attorney, Anthony Blalock, can be reached at (925) 259-3270.
A Reputation For Proactive Representation
Facing DUI charges can be intimidating. Our job as your legal team is to offer you a hand as we gently walk you through this process together. Our Bay Area DUI lawyer has handled thousands of cases in more than 21 years of practice. You can trust that we have the experience necessary to obtaining the best results we can – see our 10 out of 10 Avvo Rating.
Our attorney remains active in the legal DUI community, with memberships in several prominent associations, including:
- California DUI Lawyers Association
- California State Bar
- National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
- The National Trial Lawyers Top 100
- Contra Costa County Bar Association
- Alameda County Bar Association
- Marin County Bar Association
As long as you have filed for a hearing before your ten days are up, you will be able to receive a temporary license. With this license, you can continue to drive as before, knowing that you may lose it again if your hearing goes poorly. Let our highly-qualified lawyer, Anthony Blalock, speak for you to make a difference at your hearing.
You want our team in your corner. Schedule a free one-hour consultation with The Blalock Law Firm, PC now.